The REMOBILISE project (standing for REgrouping MOBILIty clusters to develop Skills and Exchange) was officially launched on 18th February 2022 by a consortium kick-off meeting.
REMOBILISE is a 24-months project pursuing the overall objectives of strengthening cluster management excellence while facilitating strategic connections between our clusters and our specialised ecosystems and cities across Europe, in the sector of mobility. REMOBILISE takes input from the RECiPE4MOBILITY project from the ongoing generation of European Strategic Cluster Partnerships for Excellence (ESCP-4x).
The REMOBILISE consortium is composed of 5 European clusters, based on a fair balance between competences, expertise and maturity levels, both at organisational and regional levels: RAI Automotive Industry NL (Netherlands), Cluster Mobility & Logistics (Germany), Mobinov (Portugal), NextMove (France) and Zone Cluster (Hungary).
The REMOBILISE project has the following 4 main objectives:
- Enhancing the collaboration, networking and learning of cluster organizations and their members towards the professionalization of specialized and customized business support services provided or channeled to SMEs.
- Help cluster organizations and their members to acquire the necessary skills and take actions to explore and take up new solutions. This shall address training and business needs along the value chain that require SMEs and cluster managers to adapt to trends, challenges and opportunities that come along with (industrial) change.
- Implementing the ClusterXchange mobility scheme: ClusterXchange is a new pilot scheme to support short-term exchanges to better connect Europe’s industrial ecosystems by facilitating transnational cooperation, peer learning, networking and innovation uptake between actors of different industrial clusters. It is implemented with support from cluster organisations, such as the consortium members.
- Outreach, awareness-raising activities
Under the mobility scope, the REMOBILISE partnership will focus its activities on the thematic of safe and sustainable urban mobility in cities.